Paloma Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa

The high restaurant count and great pool scene do this place proud. Plus, it's had a top-to-toe makeover for May 2015.

The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.

This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are 7 altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.

Drink

Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Relax pool

If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis® - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.

Kids' club

A great hotel-run kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.

Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*

Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.

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family suite

Family suite sleeps up to 4 with a king-size bed in bedroom and extra bed in separate lounge area, dining table, satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.

family suite with garden view

Family suite with garden view sleeps up to 4 with a king-size bed in bedroom and an extra bed in separate lounge area, dining table, satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.

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One more step down

We have been to Renaissance Antalya many times and it was one of our favourite hotel yet the changes we found in recent years (previous visit was 2 years ago) would suggest we should look for better alternatives in the area Here are some details of our experience: Rooms - 4/5. The hotel has just been renovated, so rooms have a great fresh feeling. Yet, compared to the past, the furniture looks much more simple=cheap. And there is one thing that I would consider a big mistake - there are huge (several centimetres) slots/holes between the new doors and the floor so any noise from the corridor freely gets into the room and vice versa. Food - 3/5. Both variety and quality of feed went down since our last visit. The saving efforts went as far as not offering proper (cooked) turkish tea with meals. Choice of starters is very limited. All soups are just starch mixed with water with a bit of spices. All in all quite a shame for those who know how great Turkish people can cook (if trained properly). We tried 4 a la carte restaurants and only one (Seasons) was OKish, and even there amateur chefs added strange "twists" to classic dishes, e.g. adding lots of pepper to French onion soup. Service - 2/5. I could probably even give 1 point as the service is utterly unprofessional, in particular in restaurants, where waiters all seem busy but with their own agenda instead of checking guests needs. This all creates an impression that random people without any training have been hired on minimum cost basis. Shame vis-a-vis generally high standards of Turkish hospitality Gardens - 5/5. Still very beautiful and today this is by far the best part of hotel. One thing (that can hopefully be quickly fixed): sprinklers are not set up properly and pour water on walkways instead of grass, making the walkways dirty Entertainment - 2.5/5. Animation team looks quite unprofessional and disorganised/demotivated. Visiting night shows in amphitheatre improve overall impression but not much. We did not try spa this time so cannot commentsMore

lkarnauk, Krasnodar, Russia

Beautiful hotel with teething problems since the refurbishment,

Stayed here recently with work, we were some of the first people to stay since the refurbishment, arrived and the hotel is really beautiful in a nice location in the forest. Perfect if you need shaded areas. Not sure if I prefer the red it was painted before or the grey that its pained now. Rooms are really nice but between the group of us we had issues, including lack of attention to detail like: no toilet roll in the room, no milk In the room but tea and coffee facilities were in there, even having the lamp built into the dressing table positioned so that it blocks half the TV and neither of which can be moved, I know you don't spend that much time in the room but still very irritating. Another annoying issue was massive lack of ashtrays within the hotel. Some of the Staff in the bars and restaurants need abit more training to be more attentive, we kept having to ask for drinks at the bar because the waiters would walk past ignoring us, one of them was very rude to us and told us to go home, which I was very shocked about. Pool areas are lovely, and so is the beach we was told the hotel was full because of French school holidays and it was still really easy to find sunloungers etc for 9 of us at lunch time. Paloma use organic food/wine that is grown locally and the food was really good selection for everyone, but as a very fussy eater I did struggle to Find something to eat. Overall the hotel is lovely but just needs to sort out the teething problems and it will be fantastic for guests. More

TCTraveller89, surrey

Animation Team

I love the hotel and the rooms. But the best of trip was the animation team that is mamadu the team leader with levent, Ogur, Simba, Zanette, Justine and the rest of the team that are brilliant!! / the swedish couple Fanny and Jocke! ♡More

fannywerngren@hotmail.com,

Hard to Fault anything - returning again this year!

We stayed as family, my husband and I and our 18 year old daughter in July last year and it was the most pleasant surprise I could have imagined. This was only our second experience of an all inclusive hotel having stayed in Turkey at another one several years ago and I was extremely dubious having found the first experience somewhat disappointing. My daughter dropped across the Paloma's website last year when we were trying to agree on somewhere we all wanted to go and what sort of experience we wanted. This ticked more boxes for us all than anywhere else we had considered and I agreed to try all inclusive again and nothing disappointed. We arrived at the hotel quite late at night but as soon as we got of the coach, we were greeted by cheerful staff to carry our luggage and escorted to the most beautiful reception area where again, we were welcomed by super, helpful and friendly staff and by the time had checked in and found our room, our cases were already being unloaded and delivered to our room. As a family of three, we have often struggled to find hotel accommodation which takes into account that you may still want to travel with your children once they have turned 10 years of age and our daughter has had to manager with a sofa bed or lumpy pull out beds but the Paloma room was very large with two double beds and enough towels, in room drinks etc. for three adults. The room was a little tired but still far better than many we have experienced and the reception areas are so lovely, when you are in them you don't even think about the bedroom accommodation. Anyway, this has been addressed during the winter so cant wait to see the refurbished rooms. One small criticism was that the re-stocking of the mini bar was very hit and miss and rarely did we have cold beers in the room. As mentioned above, the reception and other public areas are really gorgeous. The bar area is clean and there was always a comfy chair to sit in. we never waited long before a member of the bar team came along to take the drinks order. The gardens are immaculately maintained as are the swimming pool areas. We opted to sunbathe in the garden area where it was quitter and less crowded. We never struggled to find a sun-lounger which was a joy and something the often spoils the experience in other hotels and the view of the mountains in the background make a dramatic and interesting back drop to the resort. When you are in the public areas, there is a presence of the management team who clearly ensure that the guests are being well cared for and that the hotel is being superbly maintained - there is hardly a blade of grass out of place. We ate in all the al a carte restaurants except the Chinese. Each are equally good and again, the service is so good. You never have to wait for your water or wine to be re-filled and nothing is too much trouble. You are asked to ring on the day to book a table in the al a carte restaurants but if the time allocated is not convenient, the reception staff will happily change the time if you ask them. We used the buffet restaurant once and even here, there are linen table cloths, good choice of where to sit and staff on hand to top your drink up or help you with anything. The entertainment team are great and you can do as much or little as you wish in terms of activities. The animation team are very visible around the hotel, really friendly and helpful. There was a outdoor party in the garden area one evening and this was hosted by the Paloma animation team but they brought in professional music systems, lighted seats, dance floor to make the evening really exciting and great fun whatever your age. Again, if that isn't of interest, it was far enough away from the hotel building that you could keep away and not be disturbed by the event. There are a number of local shops outside the hotel which you can stroll along safely. My daughter and I enjoyed having a little walk along in an afternoon. If you venture out to Kemer, there is a huge market and some slightly more upmarket shops if you want them. I am not keen on returning to the same place two years on a run but for the location, cost and quality of the Renaissance, I think it will be difficult to find anywhere as good. Cant wait to return this summer!!!More

Sparkshouse, Bristol, United Kingdom

Wonderful Stay Two Years in a Row

Checkin is usually quick and uneventful. The staff are so attentive and wonderful? The restaurants for the all inclusive meals do a great job , their staff go out of their way to do special things for your group if you ask I love the relaxing atmosphere here and want to come every year. Beach ,food, and relaxation, what more could you want?More

CherylOrlando, Orlando

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Paloma Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 1379 customer reviews
from £260.35